Last March, London’s Design Museum announced that it will be launching a major presentation surrounding Stanley Kubrick’s cult-classic movies. Now, the institution reveals installation photos of the comprehensive showcase that spotlights stirring projections on multi-paneled screens, rare props, costumes, and miniature model sets.
Highlights include the complete ensemble of Alex from A Clockwork Orange, the centrifuge structure from 2001 A Space Odyssey, as well as the intricate model maze from The Shining. The centerpiece of the exhibition is a one-point perspective screen installation that projects select movie sequences to emphasize Kubrick’s trademark techniques such as his disorientating camera angles and unbearably slow pans.
Tour the retrospective in the slideshow above and then visit the Design Museum’s website to learn more. “Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition” will be open to the public starting April 26 and conclude on September 15.
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